Saturday, June 15, 2013

IRS Targeted Hispanic Outreach Group




“VOCES Action received ‘special’ attention from the IRS when it submitted its 501(c)4 application. But why? The non-profit doesn’t mention ‘tea party’ or ‘patriot’ in its mission statement and stays away from ‘political’ endorsements.
Adryana Boyne, VOCES Action  founder and president, believes the group was targeted because of her personal involvement in the conservative Hispanic media. VOCES stands for Voices Offering Conservative Empowering Solutions and is a national organization based in Dallas, Texas.
Boyne’s regular appearances on television and keynote speeches at tea-party rallies have made her a national conservative leader in the Latino community.
‘VOCES focuses on family issues, pro-life issues, citizenship classes, conservative fiscal thinking, and conservative values so [Hispanics] can work hard on what they need,’ Boyne said. ‘We never mention the word ‘Republican.’
When VOCES Action applied for 501(c)4 status in 2009, the IRS sent 27 pages of questions. Boyne said the IRS requested names and addresses of every single member, how much money was raised, and names of all donors….”
Progressives really hate it when Blacks and Hispanics refuse to live on the Progressive plantation.

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